Aldie, VA (May 11, 2017) – John Champe High School is proud to announce that senior Dominik Fragala, has signed his National Letter of Intent and will be playing basketball at Niagara University beginning the 2017/2018 academic school year.
In his two years at John Champe, Fragala has made a tremendous impact on the basketball program. His junior year he was an All-Conference and All Region selection. He received the team coaches award as the best defensive player, and helped lead the Knights to a conference championship, region runner-up, and a state semi-final appearance.
During his senior campaign, Fragala re-wrote the record books in route earning All-Conference, All-Region, All-State and Conference Player of the Year honors. He either owns or is in the top 10 of the following VHSL records:
-VHSL single season scoring – 922 points (2nd place all time)
-VHSL single season scoring for a 12th grader – 922 points (1st place all time)
-VHSL most free throws made in a single game – 28 (2nd place all time)
-VHSL most free throws made in a single season – 273 (1st place all time)
-VHSL scoring average in a single season – 36.9 ppg (8th place all time)
-VHSL most points scored in a single game – 63 (10th place all time)
-VHSL free throws attempted in a single season – 311 (1st place all time)
Fragala also made his mark in the record board at Champe. He currently owns the following school records:
-Points in a single game – 63
-Points in a single season – 922
-Points in a career – 1843
-Free throws made in a single game – 28
-Free throws made in a single season – 273
-Free throws made in a career – 519
-Three point shots made in a single game – 8
Dom also earned the team MVP Award and the Charge Award for taking the most charges in a single season, and has joined an elite group of basketball players whom have scored over 1,000 points in their high school career.
Dom is an extremely hard working young man and spends countless hours working on his craft. He has done missionary work for the Catholic Charity Convent in Washington D.C. and served as a summer camp counselor for the JCHS summer basketball camp.
Please join us in congratulating Mr. Fragala on a productive high school career, and in wishing him the very best as he heads to New York to compete with Niagara University